Zoom is available on PC, Mac, smartphone or tablet. Download the Zoom client or app beforehand. To download and install Zoom, follow the guide on the bottom of this page, under “English resources”.
NB! Choose Sign in with SSO and type in 'oslomet' after you've installed the Zoom Client.
What kind of equipment do I need?
To make full use of Zoom, plug in your headphones and webcam.
Creating group rooms
To make the connection run smoother, turn off all applications on your computer that you do not need for the meeting. Connect your headphones.
- Start Zoom
- Click "Schedule"
- Fill out "Topic", "Start" and "Duration"
- Click the blue "Schedule" button on your bottom right
Copy the meeting URL, meeting identification number and password, and send it to the participants.
In Zoom, find the buttons “Raise hand” and “Chat” under “Participants”.
Click “Raise hand” to get the attention of the lecturer if you have a question or a comment. Use the chat for communicating in writing.
Using video and microphone
It may be a good idea to mute your microphone and turn off video in a large group. This will make the application use less data which can help it run smoother. The lecturer may also turn off the microphone option for the whole group.
Sharing files and resources
You cannot upload files and resources directly in a Zoom meeting, but you can share your screen. You can also paste links to OneDrive files / Sharepoint files / documents in the chat.
What do I need to know about recording lectures?
- If the lecturer is making a recording, you will be notified.
- Do not record without permission. You have a responsibility to uphold the privacy of your fellow students.
- In most cases you can choose if you want to be visible or not or if you want to actively participate.
- If you are visible and regret it later, you can ask for the recording to be deleted or edited.
- The chat is not a part of the recording.
- Do not share sensitive personal data during the lecture.